DIPLOMACY CENTER

We created several videos for the U.S. State Department's new museum of diplomacy in Washington D.C. 

They are designed to help people understand what diplomacy is and why it's important.

Traveling to Estonia, Mauritius, Rwanda, Cambodia and Peru, interviewing ambassadors, diplomats, and locals on how diplomatic relations with the U.S. has benefited that country.

POKéMON GO FOR GOOD

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Go For Good was a BYU AdLab project

created to help kids who were stuck in hospitals

have the chance to play Pokémon Go.

 

FAITH COUNTS

An nondenominational organization committed to defending religious freedom and sharing the message that faith counts. These are some of the best projects that I worked on for them. The one labeled "Prayer" won an Addy Award.

POVERTY STOPLIGHT

Working for Fundación Paraguaya, we traveled to Paraguay and South Africa to tell the story of their poverty elimination program called the Poverty Stoplight.

We created a website, as well as several videos to help them push forward the poverty elimination movement.

Book of MORMON

Traveling all over the world, we conducted a social experiment about the Book of Mormon in order to see what people from all kinds of backgrounds & beliefs saw when they looked at the book.

DUST

In collaboration with the National Science Foundation and NASA, we promoted the launch of DUST, an Alternate Reality Game (ARG) designed to help teens gain a deeper interest in STEM education fields.

VOCAL POINT

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NOTEWORTHY

With millions of views over Youtube and Facebook, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" featuring BYU's VocalPoint & Noteworthy a cappella groups was produced for Faith Counts during the 2015 holiday season.

COMIC CON

We were commissioned by Comic Con Salt Lake to create a series of web shorts that used comic book characters to promote the convention. "The Fantastically Late Show" was a great learning tool to prepare us for future, larger video projects.

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